Let me help you to find a great location in Oklahoma for your next photography adventure. I will list many lesser known destinations, as well as the famous “Icon Locations” for photography. I will provide photos (Lots of Photos), location information, consisting of what there is to photograph as well as other information about the destination. I will give costs, maps, directions, contact information, and other essential information for a successful photo trip. I will only post for locations that I have personally photographed to insure a quality guide to the best places for photography in Oklahoma.
Interactive Google Map
Use the map + – controls to zoom in and out, use the Map drop-down to change to “Map”, “Satellite”, “Hybrid”, or “Terrain” views. Drag the little man icon from the upper left corner to a map location for street level view. Click on a pushpin for more information about the Photographic Destination, then click on the title to go to the location page.
Natural Falls Waterfall – Oklahoma
Natural Falls State Park in Northeastern Oklahoma, known by locals as Dripping Springs Falls, is home to the beautiful 77 foot waterfall, which is one of the tallest and most accessible in the region. This was also the location for the filming of Where the Red Fern Grows. The story of a young boy growing [...]Read more »
Shattuck Windmill Museum – Oklahoma
Shattuck Windmill Museum Description: Shattuck Windmill Museum is an outdoor park and museum featuring 51 completely restored windmills which were, and still are used to pump water from wells, in the dry grasslands of Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas. The site also features a “Dugout” home, with a sod roof, as was used by early settlers [...]Read more »
Picher Oklahoma – Birth of a Ghost Town
Picher Oklahoma Description: Picher was home to mines that supplied bullets for U.S. soldiers fighting in World War I and II. Its population reached a peak of 16,000 as World War II approached. By 1970 the last mine in the area had closed. On April 24, 2006, Reuters reported that Picher had been scheduled to [...]Read more »
Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge
Nestled in gently rolling foothills of the Ozark Mountains, Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge is home to wildlife as unique as the bald eagle and as elusive as the bobcat. Fertile bottomlands at the confluence of the Arkansas and Canadian Rivers make this east-central Oklahoma refuge a terrific wildlife viewing destination. Listen to the din of [...]Read more »